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  • Release Date 2012-09-26
  • Label NuLabel
  • Catalog NU035
Clone Kent's magic impregnates NuLabel's universe with his debut.

Turkish Dj and producer Kaan Turkyilmaz (a.k.a. Clone Kent) has made his way into the electronic music scene through his own label named Redukt, and also thanks to his Minimal Techno style. At Redukt he has the collaboration of Andy Martin which is one of the leading names within the powerful label recently founded by Magda, Marc Houle and Troy Pierce: "Items & Things".
Clone Kent presents "Anunnaki EP" walking the thin line in which Minimal and Techno merge until they become a unit. A surprising and diverse production packed with three original tracks and 3 remixes signed by Qugas, Julio Portillo and Yoma.
From Ireland, Qgas produces Anunnaki's first remix, with a slower and more obscure version than the original track, loading it with cerebral music and hellish atmospheres.
"Anunnaki" is more colorful and intriguing, formed by a Techno background that brings a great rhythm while Clone Kent configures over it an intense rain filled with Minimal sounds that mesmerize our minds.
The next Anunnaki's remix is made by Serbian producer Yoma who brings a piece that is very faithful to the original track, leaving some of its structures and adding sharp and cutting sounds as well as great power and beat rhythm creating a magnificent development.
With "Nephilim", Clone Kent builts an astonishing Minimal Techno piece through a vertiginous, liquid and changeable rhythm which is joined by wonderful percussion and sounds that fit until they produce a misterious and resounding melody that makes this track a very danceable one.
Clone Kent ends his involvement in our 35th reference with "Rephaim", probable the track with the most powerful and fast beats, where we will be amazed by his twisted music that seems to materialize from a universe of magic and burlesque sounds.
Last, but not least, Spanish producer Julio Portillo leaves his characteristic style in this powerful and original production with a Nephilim's remix. After a disturbing start he shows his breathtaking groove, modeled from some bizarre structures formed by dismal Minimal Techno notes. It possesses a surprising rhythm that invites us to travel trough several atmospheres thanks to its changing nature.


Anunnaki Ep

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